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Show how animals hide themselves from their enemies and predators
One way animals defend themselves is through camouflage, the art of hiding. They cannot be eaten if they cannot be seen.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Soil fertility and ants
This experiment was conducted to find out whether the fauna inhabiting the soil will help with soil fertility and plant growth. The experiment was done using ants together with radish plants.
Difficulty: Middle school
Territorial behavior of hamsters
This science fair project was done to find out if hamsters are territorial animals. The tests were done by placing several pairs of hamsters in cages and observing their behavior.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The effect of temperature on the metamorphosis of the Painted Lady butterfly
This experiment was conducted to find out how global warming and temperature will affect the metamorphosis in a butterfly. The experiment was done using the Painted lady butterfly.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The effect of time of day on the time it takes a Hamster to negotiate a maze
I wanted to find out if our pet hamster was more alert during the morning or late at night. My hypothesis was that the hamster would be more alert at night.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The kingdoms in a water drop: an introduction to microscopy and the kingdoms of life
Scientists group organisms into 5 or 6 kingdoms of life: animal, plant, fungi, protist and bacteria. Many of these kingdoms can be observed in a pond water sample using a microscope. These kingdoms can be distinguished by their size, shape, appendages, color and behavior. In this science project you are going to visit a local pond, collect samples and observe them under a microscope.
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The learning abilities of hamsters who have been showered with affection
This experiment was performed to find out if hamsters that are shown human affection are able to learn more quickly compared to those that were not given any affection. The learning ability of each hamster was judged using a maze
Difficulty: Middle school
The metamorphosis of the Painted Lady butterfly (Vanessa cardui)
This science fair project was conducted to find out how global warming and temperature affects the metamorphosis of a butterfly. The science project experiment involved the Painted lady butterfly.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The Odds of Being You: A zoomonster from planet Planktonia
Heredity can be a complicated process, but the basic principles of heredity result from the fact that you inherit half of your genes from your mother and half from your father. Because of this, heredity is comparable to a coin toss, with the genes of each parent represented by one side of the coin. For each trait that you have, you get heads or tails, your mother's or father's genes. In this proje
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The relationship between the size of a bird and its perching behavior
This experiment was conducted to investigate the relationship between the size of a bird and its perching behavior. Specifically, does the size of a bird affect the distance that it puts between itself and another bird, when both are perching on a wire? Crows and house sparrows were used as subjects for this experiment.
Difficulty: Middle school
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